Birthstones rings

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Our collection os Birthstones are made in 9kt yellow, white or rose gold with genuine gemstones. Find your month of birth stone and wear it everyday. You can have it on it's own or combine it with other of our charms and letters. The discs are 8mm with open loop to fit any fine chain.

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Our collection os Birthstones rings are made in 9kt yellow, white or rose gold with genuine gemstones. Find your month of birth stone and wear it everyday. You can have it on it's own or stacked with others.  

January: Garnet

The most commonly known as red, garnet comes in all colours except blue. They are known to stop haemorrhaging, cure inflammatory diseases and manager anger. Garnets symbolise fidelity, loyalty, sincerity, grace and faith.

February: Amethyst

It has a long been said that the amethyst can guard against drunkiness and has a sobering effect for those excited by passion and love. It symbolise peace, protection, tranquility and sincerity. 

March: Aquamarine

The aquamarine is supposed to offer protection from evil and is also said to bring love and affection back into a failing relationship. A symbol of honesty, loyalty and beauty. 

April: Diamond

They're thought to provide those who wear them with better relationships, balance, clarity, abundance and an increase in inner strength. The most coveted gemstone to date, diamonds are a symbol of eternal love. 

May: Emerald

Some cultures believe them to grant their owner foresight, good fortune and younth. The name emerald is derived from the Greek word 'smaragdus' meaning 'green'. Thought to improve memory, faith and intuition, emeralds are a symbol for constancy and true affection. 

June: Pearl

People have coveted natural pearls as symbol of wealth and status for thousands of years; the oldest written mention being in 2206BC. In ancient China, pearls were believed to guarantee protection from fire and fire-breathing dragons. In Europe, they symbolised modesty, chastity and purity. 

July: Ruby

A ruby provides strength, vigor and nobility, helping protect its wearer from evils of the world. It signifies love and passion while attracting good luck. 

August: Peridot

Symbolising dignity, fame and prosperity. Peridots have been used in jewellery through the ages to achieve peace and success and to attract love and good fortune. Hawaiians believe the traces of peridot found in volcanic ash are the tears of the volcano goddess, Pele. 

September: Blue Sapphire

In ancient Greece, royals were convinced that blue sapphires protected their owners from envy and harm. During the Middle Ages, people thought the gem attracted heavenly blessings. Others instilled sapphires with the power to guard chastity, make peace between enemies, influence spirits and reveal the secrets of oracles. 

October: Opal

Because opal has the colours of other gems, the Romans thought it was the most precious and powerful of all. The bedouins believed that opals contained lighting and fell from the sky during thunderstorms. The ancient Greeks believed opals gave their owners the gift of prophecy and guarded them from disease, while Europeans have long considered the gem a symbol of hope, purity and truth. 

November: Citrine

The first uses of citrine in jewellery can be date back to the Hellenistic Age (323-280 BC) in Greece. At on time it was used as a talisman against alcoholism, evil thoughts, overindulgences, scandal, libel and treachery. Some also carried it as protection agains plagues, epidemics as well as venomous snake and reptile bites. 

December: Blue Topaz

Since the Middle Ages, blue topaz has been believed to aid in spiritual growth and to promote wisdom. Those who wear blue topaz will find beauty and peace. Blue topaz symbolises honesty, deep emotional attachment, and clarity of feelings.

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